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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 55olds88, May 19, 2004.
here is Mike's canopy express.
Here is my ole Ford pannel and a lil photo shop idea
Here's mine - '60 Chevy still running the original 235/3 on the tree...
This is my '58 GMC Napco Burb and my buddy's '57 GMC Napco panel....
Heres mine when I drove it home. Have got some done to it since but not a daily driver yet.
What's the little girl in post 141 doing in the mother-n-law seat?
Like to see more of these...
I'm in. Here's my Courier. It likes road trips.
This is my 49 I got it here in Yuma got an axle drop frfom sids planning installing this weekend.
My 2 new project Chevy panel trucks... A 1949 1/2 ton and a 1950 Chevy 1 ton!
Here are a few of an old Dodge panel I had for a while. I used it to haul a lot of stuff including when I recued this vntage Switzer drag boat. Now it's running antiques around in Miami Beach.
sorry... but for some reason the HAMB won't let me upload any pics right now.. I'll try again later.
First thought it must have been snowing pretty hard when you took the pics
Here's my 55. Very much under construction; actually, heading for deconstruction.
A buddy has this Model "A" stand up milk delivery truck
Discussion group for panels, vans, and such here at:
Drop on by!
One of my pride and joys. Had a blast with this one. Will have it out and about again this summer.
here is my beast last fall when I brought it home going through it mechanically now road worthy this year body work next year can't wait
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my delivery and my suburban project
Lotsa neat stuff in this thread, but not many tri-5 examples ... so here's my sedan delivery.
here is mine, it is a little new for here but it still fits in kinda lol. i use it to haul, pull and push
Robert from the UK got me to join the HAMB before he bought my panel
^^^ those are 235/65/17 on Original 17" artillaries
My 51 Chevy burb so far.
I might be really off topic but I think this box deserves a better chance on a50s COE or big truck chassis.Like the last picture.
It was a meat delivery truck.
If u had the chance to pick it up for free would you do it?
Not mine but kinda different - seen at GoodGuys Colorado last year...
060912 Goodguys Colorado Nationals 101 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
060912 Goodguys Colorado Nationals 102 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
060912 Goodguys Colorado Nationals 103 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
060912 Goodguys Colorado Nationals 104 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
060912 Goodguys Colorado Nationals 105 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
060912 Goodguys Colorado Nationals 106 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
060912 Goodguys Colorado Nationals 107 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
Where's that boneyard located?
This is always at the Fenton Missouri car show. First Friday of each month.
The guy chopped his metro and bagged it
Right now...we are putting together a 65 Falcon 2D sedan delivery for a friend..I have a 46 Ford one-ton panel I would like to set on a later model truck chassis..I found a 55 Studebaker 2D Conestoga wagon and a Stude 289 V/8 with McCullough Supercharger and am going to mash them together! our tow truck is a little 64 F100 shortwide bed with a 500 Cadillac innit, we just need to build a set of headers for it and its pretty much done....
$60.00 in 1971
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